I used the Comic Sans Font on most of them. A few of the fonts were downloaded from a free fonts site. I think it was called urban fonts. I used the make the cuts software to create the design and the cricut to cut it out. I used heat transfer vinyl for the lettering and I had bought the onsies a long time ago. Make sure to cut out your image by using the mirror image key. It is so much easier to cut the sayings out with the make the cut software because it has the mirror image key. With the cricut cartridges, you have to think about writing the phrase out backwards and then hitting the reverse key.
I'm going to try to sell these at the Lawrence Welks Farmers' Market today if it doesn't rain today. I have a feeling that the market is going to get cancelled. But I can still sell these online or at one of the other shows I'm doing this month. I'll be at the Killer Pizza From Mars in Oceanside on Nov 9th and Nov 23rd. They have a craft fair inside that pizza parlor every week. They use the booth fees to buy pizza and drinks for all the vendors and the visitors that visit all the craft booths. I committed to these 2 dates, but I don't know if I'll do it any more after that. There's also going to be a show in Carlsbad on State street on Nov 27th that I'll be selling at too. So if you're in the area, be sure to stop by and say hi.
Here's the pictures. Enjoy. I hope you have a blessed week and remember that you can make a lasting impression through crafts.